McDonald’s Franchise Apologizes After Some Find Their Halloween Decorations “Offensive”

A McDonald’s franchise in Massachusetts is apologizing after some found their Halloween decorations that included a man hanging from a tree offensive.

Matt Reed writes:

.@McDonalds is apologizing after these Halloween decorations were put up in their North Andover restaurant. Customers we spoke with tonight are split about whether the image is offensive

Some on social media agreed with the decision.

Adnak wrote “Definitely not appropriate. Why are we associating Halloween with lynching which obviously this is undoubtedly a display of such an act.”

Others argued consumers are too sensitive nowadays.

One twitter user wrote “It’s so obviously a Halloween decoration. Get over it.”

Yahoo reports a McDonald’s franchise in Massachusetts is apologizing for any “unintended offense” that may have been caused by a controversial Halloween decoration it displayed earlier this month.